The past week has been rife with rumors that private Facebook messages have appeared publicly on users timelines. Is there any truth to these reports?
Did you see a “mind teaser” photo on Facebook which requested that you type the word “Fall” in the comments, but you still can’t figure out what the trick is? Read on and we’ll straighten it out.
A story and photo have surfaced in social media circles about a couple traveling through South Africa who discovered a giant snake coiled on top of their engine when they lifted the hood of their car. Is there any truth to this story and the photo?
Brazilian soccer star Ronaldinho is the latest Twitter celebrity death hoax today, as it was reported that he died in an auto accident. The rumor is false.
Is this photo showing Barack and Michelle Obama saluting the flag with their left hands real or fake?
A photo purportedly showing a dog being dragged on its back by a leash has circulated online for months. What is the origin of this photo and is it real?
A photo of two dogs fighting in crowded bar decorated with Heineken banners has prompted some to accuse the Dutch brewing company of endorsing dog fighting, but is this true or just a hoax?
A photo allegedly of an abused child is being circulated on Facebook. The photo depicts a child with wounds and stitches under the eyes, and a caption encouraging those against child abuse to like the photo. But is this actually the image of an abused child?